Thanks to Shahbaz Sharif and Iftikhar Chaudhry: LeJ chief Malik Ishaq continues to spit venom

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Malik Ishaq and Muhammad Ahmed Ludhianvi
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi chief Malik Ishaq, the alleged murderer of at least 70 Shia and Barelvi Muslims and alleged mastermind of the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan cricket and who was recently released from jail, is again preaching hatred and violence in the name of Islam,according to a report prepared by Pakistani officials.

Ishaq, accused of murdering 70 people, most of them Shias,had been involved in “highly objectionable activities”, said the document prepared by a law enforcement department of the Punjab government. The document, titled ‘Highly objectionable activities of Malik Ishaq’, said: “Please find enclosed herewith four vernacular reports regarding some highly objectionable activities of Malik Ishaq whose name has also been placed in the fourth schedule of the Anti-Terrorism Act for information
and appropriate legal action”.

Persons included in the fourth schedule of the ATA have to be watched by police at all times. ‘The Express Tribune’ newspaper quoted the document as saying that Ishaq addressed Maulvi Muhammad Yasin’s Madrassah Tajul Aloom at Tab Chouhan on September 2.

Earlier the same day, he delivered an address at Maki Mosque in Thal Hamza district. “All those against (Spiah-e-) Sahaba, are not our personal enemies, but the enemies of Islam. “And we will fight them…we cannot tolerate these elements at any cost,” Ishaq was quoted as saying during his address. On September 4 and 5, Ishaq visited Tranda Panah with Shafiq Maavia, who too is included in the fourth schedule of the ATA.
his programme was hosted by Ayub Maavia. Ishaq later attended a ‘Difa-e-Sahaba’ conference held at Madrasa Qasamul Uloom, which was hosted by Maulana Manzoor Amed. During the conference, they chanted highly inflammatory slogans. Ishaq again vowed that the “killings of the enemies of Sahaba would continue”. “Prisons will not stop our mission. The LeJ is not a terrorist outfit. It was set up to ensure proper respect for the companions of the Holy Prophet,” Ishaq said.

He said he would not abandon the LeJ’s mission even if he was jailed again.”Our struggle will continue,” he reiterated. On September 6, Ishaq visited the house of high-profile terrorist Abdul Wahab alias Aanek Wala Jin, whose name is included in the ‘Red Book’, a list of most-wanted terrorists.
Ishaq and Syed Ghulam Rasool Shah, a close aide of Ishaq and co-accused in various cases of terrorism registered against the LeJ leader, have been barred from entering Toba Tek Singh district for three months due to provocative speeches.

Despite the LeJ being declared a terrorist organisation,policemen have been deployed at Ishaq’s residence in Mohallah Islam Nagar.

Source: http://english.samaylive.com/world-news/676493519/lej-chief-continues-to-spit-venom-in-pak.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

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  1. Justice, Pakistani Style: Court releases terror kingpin, alleged killer of 70
    Ishaq was acquitted in 34 out of 44 cases while in the remaining 10, including the attack on Sri Lankan cricket team, he had already been granted bail, official documents revealed.

    Ahmadiyya Times | News Watch |
    Source/Credit: The Express Tribune
    By Asad Kharal | July 15, 2011

    LAHORE: Fida Hussain Ghalvi is scared. Twelve members of his family were killed in cold blood in 1997 and the alleged killer, Malik Ishaq, has been released on bail from Kot Lakhpat jail by the Supreme Court Lahore registry on Thursday.

    Ishaq, however, is no ordinary killer. He is one of the founders of the dreaded terrorist outfit Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), key suspect in the attack on the Sri Lankan team in Lahore in 2009 and 43 other cases in which 70 people have been killed.

    He was granted bail by the apex court after the prosecution failed to prove his involvement in the case of attack on Sri Lankan cricket team.

    Ishaq was acquitted in 34 out of 44 cases while in the remaining 10, including the attack on Sri Lankan cricket team, he had already been granted bail, official documents revealed.

    Garlanded upon release

    Sources say the release comes after Maulana Muhammad Ahmed Ludhianvi, chief of the defunct outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan which is now known as Millat-e-Islamia/Ahl-e-Sunnat Wal Jamat, met with Ishaq for more than two hours at Kot Lakhpat Jail. Other prisoners were not allowed to meet their families during that period.

    Maulana Ludhianvi then distributed money amongst jail staff and prisoners after the meeting, sources said. He had arrived with several guards and armed men, they added.

    Ishaq was greeted by scores of supporters on his release, who garlanded him and showered flower petals on him.

    Shoot-out at majlis

    Ishaq has been in jail since 1997 for allegedly killing 12 members of Ghalvi’s family, in addition to being allegedly involved in killing 58 other people in various incidents of sectarian violence.

    “Ishaq and seven of his accomplices attacked a Shia gathering at my relative’s village in Do Kota in Mailsi tehsil, Vehari,” said Ghalvi while speaking exclusively to The Express Tribune.

    “They started firing indiscriminately as soon as they entered it,” he added.

    Ishaq was arrested from Faisalabad the same year and sent to Multan central jail.

    ‘Dead don’t talk’

    Ghalvi says he and other witnesses were summoned to identify Ishaq.

    “He was least disturbed when witnesses pointed him out,” said Ghalvi.

    In the presence of a civil judge and jail deputy superintendent, Ishaq threatened the witnesses and said: “Dead men don’t talk.”

    “Despite the threat, we refused to back down,” Ghalvi said, adding that Ishaq’s associates have unleashed a violent campaign against the witnesses and their families.

    He said that Ishaq’s cohorts have also threatened judges, policemen and prosecutors.

    The intimidation resulted in Ishaq being let off in 42 cases registered against him. He was granted bail in the 43rd case and only one case is now pending against him, Ghalvi said.

    He added that during Ishaq’s trial, eight more people linked to witnesses were killed while he, and other witnesses, still receives death threats from Ishaq’s men.

    Victim imprisoned, killer at large

    “I have become almost a reclusive. I can’t even go to funerals,” Ghalvi said, adding “Sometimes I feel like a prisoner. However, the killers are at large.” Poor investigation and prosecution, and disregard of evidence contributed to Ishaq’s freedom, Ghalvi said. Fear also played a major role since Ishaq’s cohorts frightened everyone involved in the cases, he added.

    Published in The Express Tribune, July 15th, 2011.

  2. علی پور:ملعون ملک اسحاق کی آمد، چھہ شیعہ نوجوان زخمی

    ملنے والی اطلاعات کے مطابق ملتان کے علاقے علی پور میں ملعون ملک اسحاق کی آمد پر پورے شہر میں

    ملک اسحاق کے مسلح دستوں نے گشت شروع کر دیا، راستے میں جو بھی امن پرست حسینی آیا اُس پر اندھا دھند فائرنگ شروع کر دی، ملعون ملک اسحاق کے مسلح دہشتگردوں کی فا ئرنگ سے چھہ شیعہ نوجوان سید عابد حسین شاہ،سید عمران کاظمی,محسن کاظمی سمیت چھہ مومنین زخمی ہوگئے

    ٓاب تک کی اطلاعات کے مطابق ملعون ملک اسحاق کے مسلح دستے سپاہ صحابہ، لشکر جھنگوی،نے ملتان سول اسپتال پر قبضہ کرلیاہے، قانون نافذکرنے والے خاموش تماشائی دکھائی دے رہےہے

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  3. http://tribune.com.pk/story/254945/clash-between-sectarian-groups-leaves-1-dead/

    Clash between sectarian groups leaves 1 dead
    By Asad Kharal
    Published: September 18, 2011

    A clash between the Shia community and members of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi leader (LeJ) Malik Ishaq’s entourage resulted in the death of one person while 10 motorcycles were torched in Alipur city, district Muzzafargarh on Sunday afternoon.
    Malik Ishaq, who is charged with the murder of over 70 people and is the chief of the banned LeJ, had been released on bail in July. Since then, he has been touring various locations in Punjab delivering fiery speeches, preaching hatred and violence, mostly directed towards the minority Shia community.
    On Sunday, Ishaq had planned to travel to Panjnad, Muzzafargarh by way of Alipur, a Shia majority area. The local community, led by Sardar Qazim Ali Haideri, raised their concerns over the passage of the LeJ entourage through their area with the police and warned that the movement of LeJ through the town may result in a clash.
    The police subsequently announced that Ishaq’s entry to the town was banned.
    Late Saturday night, LeJ supporters putting up banners clashed with locals. The police managed to quickly control the situation. However, on Sunday, hundreds of LeJ and Ishaq’s supporters swept into Alipur riding on bikes and other vehicles and started chanting anti-Shia slogans.
    Local Shia leaders confronted the large entourage. An altercation grew and armed elements within both groups exchanged fire.
    Despite requests to the local police to intervene, it was some time before the police arrived. Alipur Sadr police station SHO, Imtiaz Ahmed confirmed that one member belonging to the LeJ had been killed in the riots.
    Following the clash, the local Shia a groups withdrew to the Sallonwala Imambargah, while Ishaq’s supporters regrouped at the Madrassah Jamia Hussainia.
    Police has now cordoned off the affected area and are trying to mediate a resolution between the two groups.
    Despite a restriction on Ishaq’s movement, his name being on the fourth schedule of the Anti-Terrorism Act, he, and his co-accused have been moving freely in Punjab, complete with police protection.
    The entry of Malik Ishaq and Syed Ghulam Rasool Shah, a close aide of Ishaq’s and coaccused in various cases of terrorism registered against the LeJ leader, has been banned within the limits of District Toba Tek Singh for three months due to provocative speeches and inciting violence.
    Intelligence agencies have also sent a warning to Punjab Chief Minister, saying Ishaq’s movement, if allowed, could cause trouble.

  4. LeJ leader continues to preach violence
    By Asad Kharal
    Published: September 18, 2011

    ‘Cognitive dissonance’ fails to describe the words and actions of Malik Ishaq, the leader of the sectarian militant group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), recently released on bail.
    Far from keeping a lowprofile, the man accused of murdering 70 people – most of them Shia – is active once again, preaching hatred and violence in the name of Islam, according to an internal document prepared by a law enforcement department of the Punjab government and made available to The Express Tribune.
    The document titled: “Highly objectionable activities of Malik Ishaq” reads “Please find enclosed herewith four vernacular reports regarding some highly objectionable activities of Malik Ishaq whose name has also been placed in the fourth schedule of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) for information and appropriate legal action.”
    “Ishaq addressed Maulvi Muhammad Yasin’s Madrassah Tajul Aloom at Tab Chouhan on September 2. Earlier the same day, he also gave an address at Maki Mosque, Thal Hamza District in Rahim Yar Khan,” reads the cover letter enclosed with the document.
    “All those against Sahaba, are not our personal enemies, but the enemies of Islam. And we will fight them … we cannot tolerate these elements at any cost,” Ishaq had said during his address, reveals the document.
    On September 4 and 5, Ishaq also visited Tranda Panah with Shafiq Maavia, a man whose name was also placed in the fourth schedule of the ATA (meaning he and every person who visited him would be watched by the police). This programme was hosted by Ayub Maavia. He later attended a Difa-e-Sahaba conference held at Madrasa Qasamul Uloom which was hosted by Maulana Manzoor Amed.
    During the conference, they chanted some highly inflammatory slogans. Ishaq, then, also vowed that the “killings of the enemies of Sahaba would continue”.
    “Prisons will not stop our mission. The LeJ is not a terrorist outfit. It was set up to ensure proper respect for the companions of the Holy Prophet (PBUH),” Ishaq said. He said he would not abandon its mission even if he’s jailed for it once again. “Our struggle will continue,” he reiterated.
    On September 6 Ishaq visited the house of high-profile terrorist, Abdul Wahab alias Aanek Wala Jin, whose name is also included in the Red Book, comprising particulars of most-wanted terrorists.
    He was accompanied by Qari Manzoor Ahmed Shakar, the general secretary of District Kasur, whose name is also placed in the fourth schedule of the ATA.
    The entry of Malik Ishaq and Syed Ghulam Rasool Shah, a close aide of Ishaq’s and coaccused in various cases of terrorism registered against the LeJ leader, has been banned within the limits of District Toba Tek Singh for three months due to provocative speeches and inciting violence.
    Despite being declared a terrorist organisation, policemen have been deployed at Ishaq’s residence in Mohallah Islam Nagar.
    Published in The Express Tribune, September 18th, 2011.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/254851/lej-leader-continues-to-preach-violence/

  5. Mirza
    6 hours ago
    Reply
    Why should he stop now after he has become a bigger hero? He has the blessings of PML-N and independent judiciary and he is only going to get worse not better.
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    shadi
    5 hours ago
    Reply
    @ Mirza what does an independent judiciary have to do with him? It was the ISI and army that created, harboured and used these so called saviours of islam. Not their own roosters are picking on them! Besides, PPP isn’t doing much about the fact that these people played a role in Salman Taseers murder either, they are too worried about saving their own hides and finding a way to save their seat. Please refrain ur self from blaming others blindly.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/254851/lej-leader-continues-to-preach-violence/

  6. 18 ستمبر 2011 ,‭ 08:31 GMT 13:31 PST
    دوست کو بھیجیں پرِنٹ کریں
    کرّم ایجنسی:مسافر گاڑی پر حملہ 3 ہلاک

    کرم ایجنسی میں مسافر گاڑیوں پر حملے معمول بن گئے ہیں۔

    پاکستان کے قبائلی علاقے کُرم ایجنسی میں نامعلوم افراد کی جانب سے ایک مُسافر گاڑی پر حملے میں تین افراد ہلاک ہو گئے ہیں۔ ہلاک ہونے والے لوگوں کا تعلق شیعہ مسلک سے بتایا جاتا ہے۔

    کُرم ایجنسی میں ایک سرکاری اہلکار نے بی بی سی کے نامہ نگار دلاورخان وزیر کو بتایا کہ اتوار کو تحصیل علی زئی کے علاقے مرو خیل میں نامعلوم مُسلح شدت پسندوں نے ایک مُسافر گاڑی پر اس وقت حملہ کیا جب وہ گاؤں مرو خیل سے علی زئی جا رہی تھی۔

    انہوں نے بتایا کہ حملے میں تین افراد ہلاک جبکہ ایک زخمی ہوا ہے۔ اہلکار کہنا تھا کہ حملے کے بعد مقامی لوگ وہاں پہنچے ہیں لیکن ابھی تک یہ معلوم نہیں کہ حملہ آور کون تھے اور انھوں نے حملہ کیوں کیا ہے۔

    سرکاری اہلکار نے بتایا کہ گاڑی میں سوار ہلاک ہونے مُسافروں کا تعلق شیعہ مسلک سے تھا جن کی لاشوں کو مرو خیل منتقل کردیا گیا ہے

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/urdu/pakistan/2011/09/110918_kurram_van_attack_tk.shtml

  7. Families of Pakistani Shia Martyrs stage protest at Supreme Court building

    KARACHI, Pakistan (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – The Families of Shia martyrs of Karachi on Thursday staged demonstration outside the Supreme Court Karachi registry building in protest against the Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry negligence not to take the suo-moto action on the genocide of Shia Muslims in Karachi and Pakistan.

    The families of the martyrs of Shia Muslims of Karachi were assembled outside the Supreme Court Karachi registry, where the Chief Justice of Pakistan was hearing the suo-moto notice of the incidents of target killing in Karachi.

    The families of the Shia martyrs including widows, children and parents were carrying the portraits of their beloveds demanding of the Judiciary and Civil Society organization to take the notice of the genocide of Shia Muslims in Karachi.

    They were carrying the placards inscribed “Labaik Ya Hussain (as), “Mr Chief Justice we are waiting for Justice”, “where is my father”, and chanting the slogans of Labaik Ya Hussain (as) and Shahadat Shahadat Saadat Saadat”.

    They questioned that why Mr Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry you were not taken any suo-moto action on the incidents of Ashura and Arbaeen procession blasts? Why you had not taken any action on the serial target killing of Shiite Muslims in Karachi as more than 2000 Shia Muslims were killed by the terrorists including 88 Shia doctors and Physicians, Shia clerics, lawyers, Industrialists, Educationists, daily wagers and legislator within last two decades.

    However, Shia Ulema Council leaders Maulana Jaffar Subhani, Maulana Nazir Abbas Taqvi, and Shia Ulema Council Advocate Ali Mohammad on Thursday presented before the Supreme Court to follow the application filed by SUC leaders for making them a party in suo-moto hearing on Karachi situation.

    http://abna.ir/data.asp?lang=3&id=265953

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